Murder Mystery: Vikas smirked, “Yes, I did it. I killed Meghana. She despised me refusing my proposal, so I decided to close her chapter. I will never allow her to be part of someone’s life other than me”
Psychological thriller short story of an insomniac and schizophrenic whose life changed since he met a beautiful girl during his mother’s funeral. Next came series of surprises.
Murder Mystery: BPO has become a hot destination for young graduate job seekers. It is not even necessary to hold a degree in order to do the BPO job.
Murder Mystery: They walked into her room, where she laid on the floor with her face turned towards floor. She might be around 25 to 30 years old.
Short Story with Moral Lesson: His head is paining like someone hitting with hammer on head. He slowly sat on the place where he was sleeping, and held his head with two hands.
Horror thriller short story: She has obviously not slept for long, her big red eyes speaking of a horror that Sudha’s adult mind could never comprehend.
He had been watching her for the last one week. A pattern had begun to emerge. She would come down at around 7 PM from one of the hundreds of small rooms.
It had been more than 4 days. He could not believe the turn of events. A week back, he had a comfortable job working for one of the richest men in the world. Now, he was afraid he would not survive another day.
Someone is gasping for breath, I can hear it. My eyes are fixed on the closed door, and my bouncing heart is worrying. I guess that someone is in danger. I’m not good at decision making. It’s a shameful thing; I’m not fit for my job.
I was nervous than ever before, as I had received a threatening call. I was there for a purpose. I let myself into the lift. I sensed someone was standing behind; I pressed the button ‘20’